Happy NaNoWriMo!

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Happy National Novel Writing Month! Will you be participating in the challenge and writing a 50,000-word manuscript for NaNoWriMo?

November is a busy month for writers: it’s National Novel Writing Month, also known as NaNoWriMo.

What happens during NaNoWriMo?

It’s simple really. To celebrate the only official book-writing month of the year, writers are encouraged to spend 30 days putting their fingers to the keyboard, completing a 50,000-word book by November 30th.

One month. Boom. Done. You’re one step (a first draft) closer to becoming a published author.

If you have struggled with finding the time and discipline to finish your book, this is one of the easiest ways to jump those hurdles. Your word count can vary from day-to-day, but you will write an average of 1,667 words per day—a totally manageable number.

The concept was created and is hosted by a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization named NaNoWriMo. Their mission is to help provide tools, structure, community and more for writers and creatives alike.

Throughout the month we’re sharing tools, tips, and tricks to finally getting your book done. We’re here to encourage you through the process.

We’re a few days late to the party with this post but the good news is that this is still 100% doable! Be sure to #NaNoWriMo and #XulonPress in all of your posts about writing this month. We can’t wait to hear how your manuscript is coming along.

On behalf of all of us at Xulon Press, happy writing!

Happy National Novel Writing Month! Will you be participating in the challenge and writing a 50,000-word manuscript for NaNoWriMo?

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Erika Bennett is the Content Manager for Xulon Press. She has worked in the publishing industry for more than a decade and her passion is to make sure great books find their way into readers' hands. You can also find her writing on XulonPress.Substack.com.

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